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veronique

I had the great pleasure of watching Jerome Bel’s Veronique Doisneau again (perhaps for the 4th time?) on Friday night during the screenings at the Screendance Symposium at Brighton University. Also in the programme were films by Catherine Long (Experiment. Number 1), Lizzie Sykes (Angry Rambler, Tiago’s Sequence), Becky Edmunds (Skate, stand in). I’ll write about the symposium soon if I get a moment, but in the meantime, here’s Veronique Doisneau.

Moving, delicate, remarkable.

You can view the rest of the film (in several parts — it’s 37 minutes long) on YouTube).

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